International Political Economy Notes

International Political Economy Notes - Economies of scale,...

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Intro to International Political Economy Notes 4.23.08 Security –  No Threats internally or externally Sovereignty – Borders Power over situation Stable Cultural Integrity Economy Predictability Policy Types- Economic Military Political Security Structures – Cold War Bipolar Nato 1948-49 Warsaw Pact W Europe USSR US and Canada E Europe Cuba Separated by Democracy and Communism Policies in Cold Was Structure Economic Policy Open Markets to allies. Close Markets to security threats. Military Policy More Military Power Nuclear Power Investment
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Unformatted text preview: Economies of scale, resources of allies Political Policy Proxy Wars To Gain Allies Spread form of Government Current Security Structure Top Tier-Unilateral Security Structure Hegemon Distribution of Resources, Security Priorities Liberals do not like a single country to have a lot of power. It is best to be distributed. Therefore, hegemony is counterintuitive for the liberalist story. The hegemon bears the costs which are extreme....
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2008 for the course IPE 201 taught by Professor Nunn during the Spring '08 term at Puget Sound.

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